"The Emergency" as written by and George Melvin/taylor Brown....
Wake up, honey
There's a fire in the hall
There's an earthquake in the kitchen
There are lovers at the door
They are leaving their families
For a new life and new lust
And soon it will be old again
The fire turns to dust

Oh, God
We've got
An emergency
An emergency
Oh, God
We've got
An emergency
An emergency
It's just what I need

Wake up honey
'cause it all was just a dream
The house is fine
The kids, the lawn
But what is just beneath?
A broken heart, a shadow heart, a crisis you can't see
I'll tell you what you know it's not
Just us here underneath

Oh, God
We've got
An emergency
An emergency
Oh, God
We've got
An emergency
An emergency
It's just what I need

It's not all right that I've been sleeping
Being fed through an IV
While the righteous man is moving
'cause the fire is at his feet
It's not alright I've been avoiding
Empty faces that around me
I know you depress yourselves
And hell, you're depressing me

Oh, God
We've got
An emergency
An emergency
Oh, God
We've got
An emergency
An emergency
It's just what I need


Lyrics submitted by SuperCocoa

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